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Indy chapter of largest national women’s organization supporting entrepreneurs grows, thrives

The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is the largest national women’s organization that propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide. As one of the largest chapters in the United States, NAWBO-Indianapolis’ mission is to impact, influence and propel Indiana to be a leading state for women-owned businesses, just

M25 Group’s Best of the Midwest Rankings – Indiana

Last month, M25, a Midwest-focused VC with offices in both Indiana and Illinois, released its “Best of the Midwest Report”, ranking the 50+ startup metropolitan regions in the Midwest. Here, Victor Gutwein, Managing Director of M25, takes on a SWOT analysis to discuss Indiana’s performance in relation to a broader, regional context. One of the obvious takeaways

Indiana’s unsung tech stars finally get the limelight

TechPoint recognized the Tech 25 Class of 2017 at a unique event inside the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Pavilion on September 7, during the inaugural Indy Women in Tech LPGA Championship. The Tech 25 is a prestigious selection of twenty-five individuals who are critical and exceptional performers helping to grow our community’s tech and tech-enabled companies, but who —

DemandJump’s Traffic Cloud is a ‘category killer’

Before the internet, marketing used to be a pretty straightforward discipline based on location. In fact, the popular real estate mantra of “location, location, location” applied to marketing as well — retailers built stores near populations who were interested in buying their products. Everything changed when the Internet came along, and the location-based approach gave

Indy ed-tech startup ClearScholar drives success during Butler Welcome Week

Earlier this month, 1,131 freshman students arrived on Butler University’s campus for “Butler Welcome Week,” a vital period for universities and students as they begin their college careers. Indiana’s leading higher education institutions continue to push the envelope in how they think about student engagement and building lifelong relationships with their students — our work